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Old 08-14-2011, 10:00 PM   #1
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2000 ssei... where the he ll. Is the tranny drain plug. Just to drop some fluid
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there isnt one prolly... drop the pan
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That'* what I didn't want to do... I was just changing some fluid after a rebuild. Next time I will do a flush and filter. I just Made a suction device and pumped it out like I did with the supersuaded fluid.. I think your right no tranny drain plug
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No choice but to drop the filter. Only way you would have a drain plug is if you took the pan off and welded one on custom
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drop the pan is what I meant to say, not filter
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Copy that. I will be dropping the pan in about 5)000 k
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